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Test Tracks

Test Tracks


PAPENBURG, GERMANY

Automotive Testing Papenburg GmbH is a company that runs a unique automotive test track over an area of around 780 hectares. In addition to a wide range of road surfaces and obstacle courses, the track also has an oval circuit 12.3 km in length. Steeply banked curves at almost 50° angles allow test drives to be performed at up to 250 km/h without the influence of any lateral forces.

IDIADA, SPAIN

Santa Oliva is home to Europe’s largest test track, providing top-class test circuits of every imaginable type – and the benefits of the Spanish climate, which enables testing to be carried out under consistent conditions all year round.

OKAYAMA, JAPAN

The Okayama test track has everything tyres need to show off their strengths: high speeds, dry and wet braking and wet handling on a variety of surfaces. The track also features an off-road circuit, “comfort” routes and a mobile laboratory truck for identifying and recording tyre characteristics.

HOKKAIDO, JAPAN

Hokkaido, Japan’s most northerly island, offers two winter test circuits; Nayoro is used for testing car tyre grip on snow and ice, while Asahikawa specialises in winter truck testing.

ÄLVSBYN, SWEDEN

The Arctic Falls Proving Grounds offer the ideal setting for winter tyre testing, right up in the far north of Europe. Indoor snow tracks are available during the snow-free summer months, and the outdoor circuits can be used for testing on wet or dry asphalt under cool ambient conditions.

IVALO, FINLAND

Test World is located in Lapland on the 68th latitude – far to the north of the Arctic Circle – and offers ideal conditions for winter tyre testing. Its varied range of circuits covers a vast array of test cycles, and includes an indoor facility for testing under consistent conditions regardless of the weather and outdoor temperature.